Definition of Mezzanine floor
1. Noun. Intermediate floor just above the ground floor.
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Literary usage of Mezzanine floor
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1. Architecture and Urbanization in Colonial Chiapas, Mexico by Sidney David Markman (1984)
"The coro proper is about 9.00 m. long as measured to the nave side of the second arch supporting the mezzanine floor. At clerestory level, therefore, ..."
2. The Architectural Review (1919)
"M en- tion should be made of the mezzanine floor over the main office which is ... The easterly half of the first mezzanine floor is taken up with the upper ..."
3. Handbook for Architects and Builders by Illinois society of architects (1908)
"Every gallery, intermediate or mezzanine floor used for the purposes of Class VII. in any building shall be built entirely of fireproof or incombustible ..."
4. A Twentieth Century Palace: The Piccadilly Hotel, with Some Notes on the by Piccadilly hotel, London, England, Piccadilly hotel, London, London Piccadilly hotel (1908)
"The mezzanine floor between the basement and Ground floor is occupied by the ... This mezzanine floor is approached by the three staircases described for ..."